Configure user notifications

To create a notification for a user from a module or script, use the mgrctl utility .

Example of a command to add a notification:

/usr/local/mgr5/sbin/mgrctl -m notify user=root "msg=Hello, world!" level=danger


  • user – the user for whom the notification is sent;

  • msg – notification text;

  • level – message type; possible values:

    • info;

    • success;

    • warning;

    • danger.

Adding a link inside the panel to the notification

To create a notification with a link, use the mgrctl utility and the link parameter, in which you need to pass JSON with a link description.

Example of a command to add a notification with a link:

/usr/local/mgr5/sbin/mgrctl -m notify user=root "msg=Hello, world!" level=danger link='{"type":"form", "value":"func=site.edit", "name":"hello_details"}'

where link parameter includes:

  • type – the link type, only form is available;

  • value – the link to the ispmanager function. In addition to the function name, you can pass parameters, for example, func=site.edit&;

  • name – the name of the localized message from the desktop section. To get the final internal name, add the notify_link_ prefix. To add your own message, create an xml file. For example: /usr/local/mgr5/etc/xml/ispmgr_mod_notify.xml.

Example of filling an xml-file:

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
  <lang name="ru">
    <messages name=desktop">
      <msg name="notify_link_hello_details">Link for the notification</msg>